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Instruments: Saxophone, Clarinet, Oboe
...Slow but steady works best. Learning the material at slow but progresive pace leads the student to learn the material more easily. For students that are already experienced, I usually let the student dictate the speed at which we breeze through the material, as to not frustrate or bore a student that is experienced. ... Read More
Instruments: Piano, Voice, Saxophone, Drums, Organ, Harmonica, Mallet Percussion, Orchestral Percussion, Latin Percussion, Music, Keyboard, Djembe
...I begin with a meeting. A meeting about you...How you are doing this fine day. We will make GREAT MUSIC together and learn more about music and the world's vibrations together. ... Read More
...I began giving saxophone lessons while I was in high school. I enjoy spreading my love of music to others so that they too can use music to help themselves and others who they may meet.... Read More
...I make sure that the student learns everything that he/she wants to learn, and that the student progresses with each lesson. I believe that all of my students can succeed, and I have confidence knowing that I will make a difference in a student's music education.... Read More
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